__"We do not always have the days we want to go and fish," said Nelson. That's why he's not jumping on board with any talk of a time limit. Ecologist Craig Packer looked at 20 years of research tracking deer and moose numbers from Canada and Norway. "The bottom line is the current system is prone to over-consumption," said Packer. His team found quotas don't consider population fluctuations from disease or bad weather, and the extra pressure from hunters or fishermen could be a serious problem. "If you're not limiting the effort then your guys are going to be out there longer, harder, trying to get their quotas. So they're going to be pushing down even harder on the population," said Packer.